Long-playtime * Langspeeltijd *** Mighty Baby [entire 1st album], Savoy Brown [Shakedown, entire album], Ace, The Blues Magoos [Psychedelic Lollipop] *** Monday 16 January 2023 *** [Ed’s Show, 2023-02]

NEW *** Mighty Baby [entire 1st album], Savoy Brown [Shakedown, entire album], Ace, The Blues Magoos [Psychedelic Lollipop] *** REPEATED SHOW *** Ron Wood plays Chuck Berry [entire album], Ron Wood & Bo Diddley At the Ritz [entire album], The Belfast Gypsies / Them  ***  Monday 16 January 2023,  12:00 noon till  04:00 in the morning *** Time Zone CET Brussels, Paris, Berlin *** [2023-02, no. 243 =2020-05]

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Showtime CETime Brussels 

  • 12:00 Mighty Baby, Savoy Brown, Blues Magoos, Ace
  • 14:00 Ron Wood, Bo Diddley, Belfast Gypies / Them
  • 16:00 Mighty Baby, Savoy Brown, Blues Magoos, Ace
  • 18.00 Ron Wood, Bo Diddley, Belfast Gypies / Them
  • 20.00 Mighty Baby, Savoy Brown, Blues Magoos, Ace
  • 22:00 Ron Wood, Bo Diddley, Belfast Gypies / Them
  • 24:00 Mighty Baby, Savoy Brown, Blues Magoos, Ace
  • 02:00 Ron Wood, Bo Diddley, Belfast Gypies / Them 
  • 04:00 Show Ends Here    

01 NEW SHOW: 12:00, 16:00, 20:00, 24:00 hrs CET
THE ALBUMS
SAVOY BROWN feat. Martin Stone: SHAKE DOWN, 1967, entire album.
MIGHTY BABY First  LP, 1969, entire album.
THE BLUES MAGOOS PSYCHEDELIC LOLLIPOP: choice tracks.
AND ALSO: ACE, feat. Bam King: How Long, Ain’t Gonna Stand This No  More.
POEZIE: Menno Wigman, Huub Beurskens.
THANKS TO Cherry Red for “At A Point Between Fate and Destiny – The Complete Recordings” of Mighty Baby, 6CD https://www.cherryred.co.uk/artist/mighty-baby/

02 REPEATED SHOW: 14:00, 18:00, 22:00, 02:00 hrs  CET
RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY: Live At The Ritz, 1988, LP, side A.
RON WOOD, feat. Ben Waters and Imelda May; Mad Lad: A Tribute To Chuck Berry, cd, 2019, pt. 1.
BELFAST GYPSIES / THEM: Them Belfast Gypsies, 1067, LP, A-side.
RON WOOD & BO DIDDLEY: Live At The Ritz, 1988, LP, side B.
RON WOOD, feat. Ben Waters and Imelda May: Mad Lad: A Tribute To Chuck Berry, cd, 2019, pt. 2.
AND ALSO:
Love & Peace  Warm Dust: Peace Of Mind (LP Peace For Our Time).
Free Speech: Nina Simone on racism + Derroll Adams on Peace + The Freedom Riders

BESPREKINGEN *** REVIEWS

MIGHTY BABY
https://www.keysandchords.com/album-review-blog/mighty-baby-at-a-point-between-fate-and-destiny-the-complete-recordings-6cd

 

 

ACHTERGROND ** BACKGROUND 

JOHN MAYALL Empty Rooms (1969)
(…) If The Turning Point marked a partial shift away from the genre that had established Mayall’s reputation, Empty Rooms kicked off with a blast of the blues, ‘Don’t Waste My Time’. But this is a long way from his gritty mid-60s classic electric blues. It’s folk-blues, which mesmerized British kids at the dawn of the rock era. Broonzy, Lead Belly, Woody Guthrie all linger here – as does Lonnie Donegan, the man who took Skiffle into the British charts and inspired a generation.  (…)
Drum-free it may be, but there’s no lack of drive. ‘Plan Your Revolution’ rocks; ‘Something New’ has a handy lazy groove; ‘People Cling Together’ boasts the spirit of Wilbert Harrison’s ‘Let’s Work Together’, illuminated by 12-string guitar. As the album falls deeper into its romantic mindset, things change: ‘Don’t Pick A Flower’ is folk, pure and simple; ‘Many Miles Apart’ is a wailing blues, but clearly personal; ‘Waiting For The Right Time’ sounds like it was written watching desert dust blow by while Mayall admits “she drives me out of my mind” in a shimmering musical mirage. (…)
Source / All Rights Reserved https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/rediscover-john-mayall-empty-rooms/

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